Is AZ AG Brnovich a “crazy white supremacist”?

If merely questioning Tony Bouie’s honesty brings out racist slur machine, imagine what an AG’s investigation could face

Tony Bouie has a knack for getting himself in hot water. His proficiency as a skilled liar is renown and well documented. When facts catch up with his fallacies, out come the allegations of bigotry such as those noted in this 2008 letter from Allison Bouie, Tony’s wife.

Despite being a problematic lightening rod with no relevant experience to recommend him, Tony Bouie has been able to garner establishment support including then-Indiana Congressman, (now Gov.) Mike Pence, for his ill-fated legislative runs based on his minority status and  easy acquiescence on illegal immigration.

Most recently, Bouie secured a gubernatorial appointment to head up the state Lottery Department. Now, a month after his abrupt resignation amid allegations of gross mismanagement, cronyism and misuse of a state vehicle, the daily confirms reports that Attorney General Mark Brnovich’s office has launched an investigation of the slippery Bouie.

Politics is not for the faint of heart. It is also not for those who cannot withstand public scrutiny. As we noted at the time of Bouie’s appointment as lottery director, Arizona’s governor was taking a pointless gamble with Tony Bouie.

Seeing Red AZ has been tracking Tony Bouie over several years. Some of the linked reports can be read here

Doug Ducey’s advisors would have done well to acquaint themselves with Bouie before declaring him clean enough to be worthy of a well paid, cushy state job. It only takes a simple Google search.

5 Responses to Is AZ AG Brnovich a “crazy white supremacist”?

  1. Ajo Joe says:

    A bit of background omitted here. Pence was in Phoenix for an event with then congressman John Shadegg. He didn’t know Tony Bouie from a horse pucky, but relied on Shadegg’s advice. The Republican establishment is so desperate for “diversity,” they will take mediocrity over excellence any day of the week based solely on skin pigmentation. Bouie should have been diverse enough without the trickery. He was a lifelong Democrat running as a Republican and had just re-registered days before filing to run for the state House. When his scam was revealed, he said he had been a Republican “in his heart.”

  2. Longtime GOP PC says:

    Wise up folks. We’re being conned on every level, whether by party leadership, lying candidates, or by deceptive appointees to office or the judicial bench. I’ve been involved in the Arizona Republican party for years and have seen it all.The establishment considers us little more than drones doing their bidding—which is often not in our own best interests as evidenced by their support of open border policies. They do the bidding of the cheap labor supporters of the Chamber of Commerce lobbyists who in turn support their reelection. Money makes the world go around…..Don’t count on integrity playing a role or you’ll be sorely disappointed. When presented with the opportunity, vote out incumbents.

  3. Pima Pal says:

    Tony Bouie lists himself as an inventor and accomplished businessman. He’s a washed up football player with a questionable resume and legal and economic entanglements who was raising funds from his former teammates when he said he was dying of cancer that had invaded his entire body.

    The (2008) article in the Tucson Citizen began with these words:
    “Tony Bouie has cancer. Exactly what kind he will find out Wednesday. But it’s bad. It’s in his liver, elbow, neck, hip . . . the damn disease is all over his skeletal system.

    Time is beginning to be measured in months.”
    http://tucsoncitizen.com/morgue/2008/01/16/74188-gimino-teammates-rally-behind-bouie-s-battle/

  4. LD 23 PC says:

    I sincerely hope that the attorney general doesn’t get sidetracked by the establishment’s wishes. Tony Bouie has been promoted by them and given preferential treatment at every opportunity. The guy has based his entire career and life since moving to Arizona on lies. Who knows what he did previously. Enough is enough.

  5. Braveheart says:

    Martin Luther King is remembered for his wisdom in his “I have A Dream” speech when he said, “I long for the day when my four little children children will be judged by the content of their character, not by the color of their skin.”

    Apparently the Republican elite are not on board with that concept.